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SATCBPAT A.1'B1L 11, 1874.:
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njlMiitlW every inve.
Till pooplof Cairo should l-o direful
toelMt rnetnWf of thoir council who un
dsjrtUnd the want of this citjr and poiiosi
enough intollIgtnco'ld'lrgi'sUlo to Supply
Jack ' Aldix, nnirerwl
ulld LlnT'tho editor ot ttin
'Nw,' threaUni us with bit vengoanco.
Wnop n apology, which we now make,
will placate him. Jack ii tho 'Herald'
Tax eight-hour law li again under dl-
cuttlon in congress, lion. 8. S. Cox
charge that the fedoral authorities do not
regard U law, a ad the authorities assert
sum uiij no.
MKMi.Uartzsll, ofliandolph: 'Wasl.
burn, of Jackson jlCaiey, of l'ulaski ; Al
len and Green, of Aloxander, aro said to
be leaking the opposition nomination in
this district for congress. It Is nlso said
Judge Crawford would not be roluctantto
leave the bench and occupy Mr. Clement's
chair. It has also been suggostod that Air.
"Wheeler, of this city, would not refuso the
THrwowen hava broke loose. They
are puMsWg thalr'protty noses Into every
thing. -'Agitata1, about ilquor, tho srclal
evil, thaallot their babios and their con.
nets, they aro vory busy and aro becoming
busier. They havo at last cast thoir wocii
log eyo at the poor Indian, and propose
to elevate him to tho glories of civiliza
tion, and tho possibilities of tho Chris
tian's heaven. They havo petitioned con
great to appoint a commission of thoir tcx
to visit tho Indian tribes and dovlio means
to improve their condition; How unfor
tunate if l'oor ho should got tlio women's
Tbk democrats elected their untlro
ticket at the township election in .Spring
field .b. -Tuesday last. The Issue
waa lfquor or no liquor. Tljo dem
ocrats,' with democratlo courago took
the side of liquor, and tho republicans, with
characteristic cowardice, refused to take a
definite position. They wore for and
against liquor. Thoy denounced tho dem
ocrat at whisliy men and denied that thoy
were the advocatos of prohibition. They
meriiea, defeat, and In disaUer havo no
right to expoct sympathy from any person.
The taint despises them aul the bummer
goat by them on tho othor M.
Tux circumstantial ovldonco against
Kussell, one of tho porsons arrested on sin
picion Of, being tho assassins of young litil-
Hngar -Bear Cirbonditlo, is ssiJ to be
strong; A correspondent of tho tit. Louis
Democrat' tayt that whou Kussoil was ar
rested he was in bed, and at the bead of
the bed stood his shot-gun, whloh was ta
ken chargo ot also. On the spot whero the
firing occurred was found some paper wad
ding which was carofully preserved, the
tame being a piece of tho St. .Louis 'Dem
ocrat.' On drawing tho charge from the
gun found at hit bedstdo, and the two
pieoat, the one found on tho ground and
that .found In tho gun, match exactly, as
the market reports can be read in thoir
entirely by reading from one to tho othor.
WnKRK It tha Egyptian loader of the
opposition, to radicalism. Wo want him
to wind hit buglo horn and rallythe boys.
It will cot do to tit supinely and allow
the radicals to havo their own way. Thoy
eta be deteatol In Egypt if tho opposition
can U consolidated, and It U about tlmo
to begin the effort to necuro this result
But who will tako the Initiative and what
can be done ? At tho last democratic con
gressional convention hold in this district,
and at tha liberal congressional conven
tion, committee was appointed. In tho
democratlo convention the commit too was
made up to the satisfaction of tha gentlo
men who organized and ran that cam
paign, and upon it chiefly will depend the
work of organization. The -.halrrnan of
that committee should begin to feel tho
"What will bo the result?
Thlt It the question now agitating tho
country. Everybody is now asking It, and
the reply, not confidently made by tho in
flationists, It: "The prosperity of the
couatry the building up of its wanto
placet;'" but the reply, confidently and
emphatically inivlt by the rosuraptionists,
Is : "The ruin of the country."
Tta !hard money" doctrine has been
peculiar to the democratic party ; but,
lata yaart, at many democrats as republl-
cast havo boen afflicted by tho mania of
more currency, Ever tbca Mr. l'cndlo
ton promulgated his greenback thoory the
democrats havo been domoralizod on tho
financial question. We still cling to tho
hard money theory, but wohavebeon anx
loot that the experiment of expansion
should ho tried. IIow the experiment will
rateflt wo do not know, but we doubt if the.
dltMUrrirlH grow out of.lt that have 1 uen
proitotoi by it opponents. On the
cdaiwjsybolleva it will give an impetus
to busIneMt'ttAsl reawaken enterprise. In
tlaoc'rohibTf tb. reaction will come and
tha babble MiM, hut we shall be much ills
appointed If tjha limmadlale effects of the
eiaaatloa determined upon are not good
The Indications nro, tht tboro will bo
at loast a dozen cindldnta JnlbU-ctls-trlct
this fft'l lor tho lowcrjhotyo ofthe
general assembly. Four or live candi
tltitcs have alrendy doveloped Ir? Jackson,
county, two or three In Union, ut-d sov
oral in Alexander.
Among the Jackson county candidates
is Mr. Jo. Hobart, of the Murpbjiboro
'Kra, a gcnla' gonlleuian of robustious
framo and a republican of tho most ultra
description. Hobarts U n young
man of. ability, and would make
a very creditablb representative. ,'"1Ib
would bo careful of tho Interests of Ins
constituents, and would havo cunsldrrobla
wolght (n tho house.
Among tho candidates of Union county,
is Mr, T. V. Buuloti,, of the Jonosboro
'Gsr-otte.' This gentleman Is well-known
in this dlsttlct. lie is one ft tbd most
oneritollc men of our acquaintance, and In
tho l.ouso wouM b a persistent tvlvocuto
of overy measure ho loliuveJ would cjn
duootJ the benefit of bis constituents. As
a spenker bo docs not proses ability, but
as an Industrious and -persistent worker
he is our bran bleat. Nevor discouraged,
if repulsed ho straightway n 1 vnneo, Hgnin,
and unerallv ho sit lis', sue
ceods -in - most of his undertaking,
Tho weak tpol of ilouton's charac
tor is lack ol appreciation of
Tun lluu.ETIJf man ; but ovorv person
has .bis unacoountablo woftknesf, and wo
havo oxcused this lack of apprcclfitlon in
Among tho candidates In Aloxnndiir nro
Mr. S. V. "Wheoler, Mr. 1 II. l'opo and
Dr. Hu1tb. Of tho doctor wo havo spoken
Mr. l'opo and Mr. "W'boolcr would mak
excollont representatives. Thoy would ro
fleet honor upon their constituent, and I
guard their intorests with onions caro.
Mr. l'opo politically is not precisely what
we wish ho was, but ho is improving rap
idly and may Locomo convalescent beforo
it is too lata.
in tuis ugnt too urmers nn proposo
to tuko a hand, and will nomiimto thoir
candidates and undovor to oloct then.
Being oursolf a farmer, with horny hands,
wo inclino to tho ftrmor, but tho trouble
is, thero aro only a fow farmers in Alox
ander and those out of the county don't
know us, and unfortunutoly wo don't know
thorn, Thureforo wo aro out of tho ring.
Our Iogislativo harp wo will hang on tho
cotton woods and sit down by tho waters
of tho Mississippi and mourn.
A. WOMAN'S DEVOTION.
A mora than ummially sad instanco of
the uncertainty of lifo it loutid in the ro
cent (ioith of .Madam iloillonti in 1'nris
Tills lady was an American, tlio youngest
daughter of Senator Thomas 11. llunton.
In 1855, sho was marriod to Huron lloil
loa, secretary of tho French legation at
Washington. From her marriago till lit
death, her lifo whs ii succession of vicissi
tudes. Soon after tho iimrrlaio, Uiiron
Boilloau wassont by tho French gotorn
ment ns consul to Calcutta. Hero ha lost
his health, and their first child was buried
11 o was recalled and appointed consul
gonoral to Quebec and in 18(17, to tho tamo
position at tho port of Now York. In 1870,
ho was eont as minister plenipotentiary to
Poru. Jin all thoo journoylngs, some
of which woro li'.tlo butter than
oxllos, Madam Itoilloau was tho
talthful companion i.nl ft loud u( nor Hus
In 1807, Ocn. Fromont, brother-in-law
of Madamo Iloilloau, was organizing tho
Momphis and El I'm so railroad. To
Ilaron iloilloau wm Intrusted tho intro
duction of tho ichemo to tho French min
ister of tho interior, to socuro his countc
n.mci) in liaving the bonds taken up In
Paris. This was dono, but tho building of
tho road was n total fniluro, and Baron
Uollican was recalled from bis post as
minister plenipotentiary to l'cru, put upon
trial tor participation in a tchoruo to ob
tain money rrom l'foucli citizens undor
ftlso pretences, convictoJ and sentoncod
to throe years in tho Conciorgerio. Tho
result of tho trial prostratod Madamo
Iloilloau for a time, but nho finally oroso
from a sick bed and went to work to clear
ber husband's name from suspicion und
procure hit release from prison. For
moro than half a yonrtho bent all her en
ergies to this tabor nf lovo. A
few weeks at;o her wifoly devotion
Was rewarded by tuccois. Three wooks
more would havo eeen her husbaud ro
leaiod from conflnomnnt, restored to her
and to his children, his namo clcarod from
any stain of dlshonoity oil tho result of
bis wife's faithful dibits.
It would be a gratifying onding to this
truo story or a woman's devotion, it this
were its conclusion. Hut Madamo iloil
loau, who was truly hor father's daughter
In energy and porievoranco of charactor,
had overrated hor physical strength.
When tho long susponso was ovor naluro
averted Itself. Tho unfortunate lady was
overtaken by an .Illness which ended In
her death, and when hor husband regained
his freedom, it was only in timo to gaze
upon the corpse of bis faithful ife and to
follow hir to the tomb.
Two litttorlos of two Boilers, each lit
feet long, 2 Inch Drum, a H Inch riuw
with flro fronts. Mud and Sleam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chlmnoy and
Britcbin, alt cornpleto and in first-class
oruer; neon used only throo months. Fo?
price, (,tc., inquire of J, T. Hknnik,
Vulcan Iron Works.
oiu: iiu.Ni)Ki:n doli.ahb.
e iihvo ii I'trkor llrothorB llroech
u'muwi; uun, un and outnt valued ut
one liuudred dollurs, which we oiler for
mlo for eighty dolUrs. Tho ,,bovo it one
of their best donnrbonlr.ed with front
notion rebounding locks, und fully wr.
ranted, hnqulro for ono wooV ut Tiik
iiuli.ktix urnce. tt
Frank Krntkr dosires that tho nubll
hotnd know thut holt prepured ti deliver
btond of (-nod quullty nnd uuntlt;-, for
nine money, In uny pisrt of the tltv
tilve hlin your orders, und then look out
ly wLIcli ho will deliver to you tlio stall
jKTTKK'FKOM OUlt Sl'IiOIAlCOH.
N FliATION, SAN I50I1N AND 11ICII-
ISn..VTIO.V CAHKIKD IN TltK gKMATK.
AVjisiunoto.v, D.OAprll 7. After four
months tit 'discussion and sovonty-llvo
peeches on tho subject nf finance tho
truggto ended yesterday In fHVorof lie
nflalionista. Tho bill that was passed pro
vides fof thO Incrcnro of tho legal lender
and the national bank circulation to four
hundred mlllloiii each making an in.
oroeso of -19,000,001) over what was
n circulation previous to tho panic, and
42,000.000 over the amount now In circu
lation. Tho fifth section oftha original bill
only was rotalnul. Th inlUtlonisls had
begun to bo apprcbctiflvo that something
might turn up In deprive; them of tho nd-
vantages they had gained, and it wan du
tormin.'d to bring the nubjccl to u closo
and havo a vote; so overy motion to ad
joiirn Vftt voted down until a volo was
hail whtch rosultid in tlm passago of tlio bill
by n voto of 'J9 to 21. Tho protests tidly,
solemnly ai.il oarnetlly dullvercd by
Muesrs, Salisbury, Uonhllng, Stowart,
Anthony, Thurmmi, Ilaynrd, Davis, Sur-
gout and Scliurx, fell like h funeral pall
upon ills earn cf all who heard thorn. Tlio
ovll and the. novulty of issuing an irro
deonmblo paper currency In a tlmo of pro
found peaco w-ts polntud out it was pro
nounced dishonor and repudiation. Mr.
Sargent, radical, hoped that tho prottdont
Wiuld check this wild action of tha sonato,
und plainly Intimated thut If tho republl
can party purposed violating all tho
plcdgos of tho past, and accomplish na
tional dishonor by thu udopllon of a pa
par currency, ho would nut bo bound to
any such patty. Soforciblonud it loomed
tinanswornblo woro tho pithy nnd forcible
remarks of tho abovo-namod senators that
no attempt at reply was mado, Tho Inlla
llonists looked at ono nnothur in porfoct
holplussnesi. Even John Logan's uhook
forsook him und it was left for
tho cast iron faced Morton to wni' his
tonguo shlch he did by terming, tho
itpeccnus "exiraoraiuary" and to they
worot ho promised to reply ut somo fu-
turo day. Tlio house will no doubt pass
thu bill und tho president mav veto it-
hut us ho has no policy in opposition to
congress ii is nsruiy prooulile.
Tho ways and means commlttco had the
"mystoriout man" Sanborn beforo
thum yesterday, accompaniod by his coun
sel, .Mr. Woodbridge, ot Vermont. It
whs uiscovoiea tiiat wnun no camo to this
city somo weeks ago thnt ho registered
unuur an assumou namo al 'jis liotol. Uo
rccdivod about $-'l 1,000 under his con
tract paying out about $100,000 to per
sons who worked up his case. Ho stated
that ho originally appliod to Secrotsry
numwuii jor ins coinraci anu arranged
wuii iinu. vvuon no wont back to coo
lioutwoll and arrange with him ho was in
Boston. Uo then suw Itichardson, HCtlng
socreiary, vuo soemcu 10 Know nil about
tho contract tnattor and signed it. Tho
additions to tho contract woro made with
Air. Kichurdeon, after lioutwoll went out
of otllco. lie wont to him half a dozon
times for information on tho contracta
and ho signed tho additions with a full
knowledge of their charactor, after having
thum reforrod to tho solicitor and ball u
dozen othor otlhiaU. lloro is a direct
quustlou of "your another" between Han.
born and itichardson tho latter testifying
that he hml runnlln-- ' -,i,ig
dgnoa tho contract it being dono in tho
usual roulino manner, which means that
heads of departments sign anything
blindly thut their subordinates present
for their flj;niiliiro. Sanborn gavo ui'jnoy
to political campaigns in Massachusetts
ho refused to toll how much. Ho con
tributed to tho Butler fund, but did not
recollect bow much. Mr. Itichardson will
bo called upon again In ordor to get this
matter straight for somo cno lies flatly.
TO ItETtllK BOON.
From "strawi" I feel confident that
Itichardson will vory soon roliro. Thu
Sanborn business inukos him a load to
carry ana iiinis ooon intimated to him.
Ho ovadod a dlroct roply yoUorday when
askod as to his intontlons baying that
whon he docs mako up bis mind fo rotiro
hu will lot tho public know It Imrncdi
atolv. A. J. Droxel. tho nroiiJont's
friond, and Secretary Delano aro men
tionod for tho succession.
A MAINE LAW KOR TUB DISTRICT.
Tho houeo district (ub-committoo.
Messrs. Lotland, Eldridgo and Harmor,
had a number of tho friends and oppo
nents of tho bills Introduced into tho houso
rclatlvo to tho sale of intoxicating liquors
in tho District of Columbia. A number
of ministers were prosont to favor prohib
itory laws, a delegation or Hermans
wero present In opposition to tho passago
of sumptuary laws. Tho tomporanco folk
woromarshaiiod by "Uriah Ilcop " l'aintor,
who r-nniied cant by asking Mr, Simon
the representative of vice, etc , etc. This
tamo hypocrito l'aintor accused Louis
bchaae, y.i, or tlio 'entlnol,' as repre
senting tho nitanln olemont. This being
tho experimenting ground of courso thin
Is the place to bPi;in tho now crusade far
explanation of which sco Uarpor'e
Weoklv, whorolR rolizion and tho for-
clgncr aro caricatured every issuo.
BJlOOTll TIIK WAY.
Tho 'Chronicle,' thn oruan of all tho
malefactors that Investigation br.ngs up,
Is out in n serioj of articles smoothing the
wty lor me saving oi .luuge IJurell from
his wll desorvnd punishment, and all
sorts of party appeals are mado to savn
CUUKLTY TO ANIMAIH.
The homo cmnmltlm on hi.rlenlliirn
have nwl to report a 1,111 (Ixliu. tlm Hum
of orWImng cattle in stock cars at tweii.
ly-Iour hours-consecutlvidy and at tha
oxpir&llon of that lima to makn it compul
sory to give thnrn food and water, and al-
iun iiijiii uxureisu,
Plenin pardon lirovity this week. It Is
unnvoidablu. Will do Utter In future.
Boot & Shoe
llctwccn Truth ami Eleventh Sircetn,
CAIUO, I M.S.,
U iireiiareil lo till or.lor wiiliout .h luy.
Ho luHittliio uttvk ol linj.ori,.,! Wum- ,,'u
luiul. Ju.t r,'iiil,:il lioiu .S,uv Yoik, uml Ims
imt ilnwn hl luli fkln thu l.iu i-rt liotdi
M t t!lll
vivi hi n
No. fiO Ohio Levee,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
MILLS W I'.VHKI'.i:,
I'tntli Strcrt, between Walnut and
IIalr.Kpuri'haedtho entire stock, StnMc,
llorKU.", Hairhigcc, liugieo, etc., ot Dr.
Held, und ndileil several now "turnoilti',"
Mr. l'aiker now Invltet all hN frlcmln, old
und new. In win tot Saddle Unr.eii, Double
or Single (Jiirrlagei', nr anything else In Mi
line, to L'lvi) nun aeaii. in i-ini
BEMIStBRO. So CO.
1IOMI-: COTTON MILLS,
111) Ohio Lovcp, - Cairo, Ills.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
Of AM. KlSlH, IIAUII AND SOKT,
Ki'Cp eoii'lantly on liaml
Mill unil Yuril
oiincr .nth Mtrcct
nil Ohio I.cvco.
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor fo 1'arkcr & IllakoJ
PAINTS & OILS
And the eelchrateil llliiiiiinatin;;
urois liuiniiiii:, nth .St. iV Uomurcial A v.
MRS. L. T. BRIGGS,-
(iiri'C"or to l'hlllip and IIrIr;- )
Coinineiiclal Ave., bet., !Uh and 10th Sts,
71-2.1111. CAIUO, 11-Mi.
c: H. WHEELER,
WOOD AND GOAL
oriMOK AM) YAltD,
10th St. bot. Washington & Commorcial Ave.
A largo supply of I'lttHburs und Big
Jlmlily conl constantly on hand, Ktovo
wood hawed to order. Orders for ceul or
wood should ho lea at the oilico on Tenth
ttrcot. TuruiD, canh on delivery.
ATTENTION UAU DKALKItS.
SPINNING PAPER STOCK CO,,
ill ClifHlinit Sirccl,
ST. I.OIIIN, HU,
PAY Till: IIKJIIEST CASH l'KICIlS,
7 cts. per lb for Soft "Woolon.
.1 etc. per lb for "Wool Citrnot.
1 il-l ct, per lb for Wool IlUnkett.
U 1-4 cts. per lb for Old Cloth.
r A MORS CLIPPINGS
Notlctt l hen hy given that on Tuci-ilay tho
JMilay of April, A. !., 1871, u Kunernl
fhtctloii it 111 lid In-lil in tlio i llv ol'Calro, Al
Rvuuiier county, Kiito of Illinois lor tlio
cli'cllnn ol' t ho lolliiu liii; iKiincil imnilclpdl
oillcern, to-ult i A city clork, it city tread,
tirur, n city attorney, one ulituriiiuu trom
oai'h Walil, fur tlio term of two year, odd
tililcrtniin tViiiii tho Pint Wuiil, to till tlio
vimaiioy cau-iiil by tlio ruuioval or lllram
llixhy Hum tlio citv, ami, ono uMennan trout
the Hecoml Wiinl, to till thu vacancy euiletl
hy tliu rolxnullmi of Wood ltlllenlioiiM'.
For the purposrH of nald elccllnu iioIIh will
ho oponcil.iit tlm I'ollowln); nauicil place, to
wit: Ju the I'lfti Ward, ut tho coumilthloii
lioti-o of K. K, Davis, ou tho touth ililo nf
BlNtli Mrcct hetweon Coimiicrclnlnnil WbhIi
lugton RVeimcs; in tho .Second Ward, ut tho
Hough and Itcaily en'lno houwu; In tho
'fh'.nl Ward, at tho HlliuinianeliKlnohousc;
III thu Fourth Ward, ut tho Court ilouxu ;
und In tho Filth Ward, at tho Ihiumi ol Mr.
hulllvau, on tlm nortli-weH turner of Coin
nicrclal uvenno and Twenty-tilth Hivet.
Said election will hu opened ut eliiht
o'clock In tho inoriilnir. mid eoiitlnue open
until xoveii o'clock ill the alt niooli ol that
II V order ofllm f'llv Colllltll.
il. .1 IIOWI.KY, t'lty fls-rk.
(.'who, 111;, March w, ' . irij-3.ai.;iot
I! OAT MTSSHKil
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer fu
Xo. " Ohio Lcvcp, CAIKO, ILLS
SSTSpeclal attention given to consign-
meutt and lilllng onlcrit.
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
jWTo. UO Olilo Xiovoo,
, CAIRO, ILLS.
SulTortl, Morris & Candco,
r.'i Ohio Lovco, Oily Nalional Uank
lluililiug, Caiuo, Ii.I.h
Tho oldest eMablMieil Agency In Southern
llllnul, repri"entlng out
i or the bevt Inutirniiee Capital ol the V. S.
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
Ohio Lcvcii, ovor Matlitia & UlilV.
ESrA'oiw hut fint'ehiM Onmpani'
1) EI'OKT o( tht romlition cf Itie City Ntionai
tllank ol Cairo, at Cairo, In ime of Illinois n
llie close bulllicftft KcLruar! lb. I.
I.Oam ami discounls. ............ fill, IIS M
vcrdrufit ... 1.9S6 ('J
U, S. botidi to secure clrcula
U. S. Ind on liamir. li
Uthcr stocks, bonds and mort
gages 4,671 IC
Due from redeeming and re-
. wr.S;!ljavA.iiMn-i JT.II'i 01
Lhrc fioin fctatc banks urul
bankers 13,"" 2
Hanking horn 2S,r"l OH
Other real estate r,,i( to 3i,fj mi
Ihirrent expenses H I,1'.) 6
Taxes jiald 1,171 til 3,1GI 7
Checks and other cash Items 1' H
liills of other national banks Unl'. on
Fractional cunency, (includinp
nickclsl 5 4.117 W
Irgal tender notes :m,Hjo ut
(.'apital stcck paid In
Kxchange 1,'JSn ?.
I'rofitand loss Ia,(n4 li tS,6,4 71
Circulation outstanding on
Dividends unpaid ft) ll
Individual deposits 2I9,K!l' '1
Due to state banks and bankers, 'Jl,tJ3 Ol
state ri Illinois, county ot Aiexanncr, ss.
1. A. II SiUtUKIl. cash er ul tne t.ity na
tional llank ot Cairo, do solemnly swear thnt the
above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge
Hubscribed and sworn to befure me this 20th dav of I
A. ll.SAH O ID. (,'asliler.
ii. ii. Lrt.wn.t., notary I'uouc.
Correct Attest :
It. II. CUNNINGHAM. 1
II. I.. 1IALI.1DAV, Directors.
('., D. WILLIAMSON,
IdllTY-SIXTII report of the condition of the
rst National llank of Cairo, Illinois, at the close
Ol Dullness rcuruary t,
Loans and discounts
. S. Itonds to secure circulation
U. 8, bonds and securities on
Other stocks, bonds and mort
Due from redeeming and re
Due from other national tanks...
Due from lunksasnd bankers...,
I teal estate .'.
Furniture and fixtures
Cash items, including revenue
Cash on hand, Currency
" 11 coin
Capital itock sJIdO.Onn W
KichanKe, Interest, profit and loss n.liKi 11
Circulation outstanding - "
Individual deposits M,iJJ
L'7,70'.' 8 1
I, (.Hants i.iinninnaui, casnier m urerini .
: oiul llank of Cairo, do solemnly swear that the abjvr
statement Is true to tho but of my knowledge and be-
"Cf' CM AS. CUNNINGHAM, Cashier.
Huhscribcil nml sworn lo before me this SIM h
Jay of March, 1K7I.
U. II. CANDlX.Notsryl'nblic.
Correct Attest :
J. M. I'HII.MI'H, I
HOH'T. W. MIU.UK, J-Directors.
II. I..HAU.IDAV, 1
White Collar Planing Mill
N, M'AI.TKIIS, Irtiirltlor.
HARD &. SOFT LUMBER,
Latlm, yiiiiiKloH, Cedar I'ostH, Dooi'H,
Bteanihoat Lumber furnished on nhort
Commercial Ave, hot Kith ami mil
Chemicals, Patent Medicine.",
Joiiett Artieles, )rujrgists l'aney Goods, Collier NVliite
Lead and Other Tirade?, 3'aints, Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, "Wax Flower Material, Tube Colors, Dvu
Stuffs, lite, Klc, Etc.
AW Solicit corrnsnoinlcnco slid order from I)riik'-'i't. l'luelehns and (lencral Store
In want ol (iooil In our l.lnc. htcainlio.il, I'l
Ishcd or iietllleil with Kll:ihlo Drugs at leaonalile Hate.
WHOLESALE & HKTAlI.s 1IKTA1L & THK! CHU'TION,
71 Ohio Lore. Washington Ave cor. Eighth St.
W hole alii mid ISctalt ilealtr in Kino
FRENCH AND QRNAMEN
FLOWERS, LEA.VI2.-s COM TAR KD HANDS, UHIDES
Ami Ilvury Using IVrtaininj; lo ConfcelioiieM Ornamental Hoods,
HO. 172 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
CAIRO, - - TiL.MltfOlS.
(botweeii 10th uml llthsti.)
Orders from Abroad will receive Prompt Attention IVativali and l'ic-nics
(Lato 1'iojirielcr of tho b't. Nicholas Hotel)
Has become Superintendent of the
II I III II 1
CORKEll SIXTJt STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
lr. Walker huvin taken elutrgo of this old and well-known houfe, will at
t;ivo it ii thorougli rciinvatiii'', mid put it in first-class order for tho reeeti-
tion irueslH. Mr. Walker will welcome
will always bo glud to hce tliem.
Fii'st-class.Day Board 820 por Month.
HAEEY WALKER, Supt.
50 Ohio Tugvgg GfAIBO, ILLS.
EDMUHB HUEFNER, Proprietor-
Tho l'lanlcv'rt House is located on Ohio Luree Street in
CLOSE PR0XIM..1TY TO RAILROAD DE
POTS AND STEAMBOT LA IS .DINGS
And in tlio Center of thu lJttsine(in Portion of thu City. The IIouso is new
and comjilctu in all itH ttii)oiutmeulH. 'i'lie idoiuh, aro largo and airy, besides
being elegantly furnished and carpeted. Guests will receive courteous treat
ment and tho bent of accommodations.
Transient Gnosis 2 por Day. J)ay Eoardors 20 per Mont1i.,
A TrustyWatch for Trains and Boats Day and Night t
AND 11 ETA I Is
nm nii oil
Perfumery, Soaps, Brushes,
- intitinn and Kainily Meillvllie ciuei lilin-
hi old eu.stomer.s to thu now houeo. and
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